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Friday, June 1, 2012

Alphabet Hundred Chart Activities: A to Z

I've been busy creating today and trying to put off reading all the great living room posts at Kelly's Korner Show Us Your Life Home Tour series. :) Does anyone else love seeing a glimpse into how other people decorate? I think I'm obsessed with getting new ideas on how to decorate and then not doing any of them. Ha! ;)

So, in an effort to be productive, I made an Alphabet Hundred Chart Activities: A to Z set for TpT. Instead of revealing a picture on each new page like my other hundred chart activities, a new letter will be revealed! These would be perfect for whole class, small group or centers/stations. I hope you like them! Click on the picture below to take a peek.

Alphabet Hundred Chart Activities: A to Z

I would love to give this set away to the first three people who comment about how you could use these in your classroom. Be sure to leave your email address! Thank you to those who commented! Enjoy your new activities!

13 comments:

  1. stephanie garridoJune 1, 2012 at 8:01 PM

    this would be great for fast finishers or centers!!

    sgarrido@lvusd.org

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  2. I would love to use these for centers.

    crhdouglas@gmail.com

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  3. I would LOVE these! beckienieman@bellsouth.net
    Beckie in MS

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  4. I would love to put these is my literacy stations!
    suzun01@sbcglobal.net

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  5. I would use them in centers to reinforce letters at the beginning of the year. I love your 100 charts too!
    Beckie in MS

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  7. These look great. Would definitely be able to use them in centers throughout the school year to help reinforce letters!!
    Robynn
    BusyBees

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  8. Love this! Another great idea!

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  9. Woops! Forgot email. kluttzsb@rss.k12.nc.us

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  10. Love these Marlana!

    Amy
    The Kindergarten Center

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  11. Thanks for your sweet comments. I've loved your blog for a long time :)

    Danielle

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  12. Hi!
    I love your blog! I would like to invite you to post links to YOUR BLOG at my newly created blog The Teachers' Files. It is intended to be a collection of blog posts to help teachers and educators easily find links to specific topics based on their interests and needs. It is also a nice way to help send traffic to your blog and build your readership. Please check it out and feel free to start linking to any relevant posts you may already have on your blog! Keep up the great blogging!

    Miss Kelly

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  13. I'm not sure if you've tried any iPhone/iPad apps, but there are some great early education ones out there. One that my kids love is A Jazzy ABC -- great for teaching kids language and music at a young age. Its also really fun and the animation is fantastic. I know many teachers have implemented technology (i.e. iPads) into their curriculum, and apps like these are a great way to do so. Here is their website:
    www.themelodybook.com/jazzyabc

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